out of pocket
adj out-of-pocket when prenominal
1 postpositive having lost money, as in a commercial enterprise
3 prenominal (of expenses) unbudgeted and paid for in cash
English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus
1 bag, compartment, hollow, pouch, receptacle, sack
2 abridged, compact, concise, little, miniature, pint-size(d) (informal) portable, potted (informal) small
3 appropriate, cabbage (Brit. slang) filch, help oneself to, lift (informal) pilfer, purloin, snaffle (Brit. informal) steal, take
4 accept, bear, brook, endure, put up with (informal) stomach, swallow, take, tolerate
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